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Questions relating to the reestablishment of the colony are intriguing.
ATOMS, NATURE, AND MANNEAL O. HINES
This is a rare instance of a reestablishment of the status quo ante conquestum.
DOMESDAY BOOK AND BEYONDFREDERIC WILLIAM MAITLAND
A gild at Lideford is mentioned in 1180, and the pipe roll of 1195 records a grant for the reestablishment of the market.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 17, SLICE 2VARIOUS
The policy of the Democratic Party signifies either separation, or reestablishment with Slavery.
THE GREAT CONSPIRACY, PART 6JOHN ALEXANDER LOGAN
The withdrawal of the United States would therefore not mean the reestablishment of Spanish rule but no government at all.
THE PATH OF EMPIRECARL RUSSELL FISH
Still he hoped for relief from the load of debt, and looked forward to the reestablishment of his home.
WE TWOEDNA LYALL
Thus did the church win one of its first victories after the reestablishment of "peace."
THE STORY OF THE MORMONSWILLIAM ALEXANDER LINN
More needful even than the divorce between militant politics and militant economics is the reestablishment of public order.
WHILE I REMEMBERSTEPHEN MCKENNA
There has been a general reestablishment of order and of the orderly administration of justice.
MESSAGES AND PAPERS OF RUTHERFORD B. HAYESJAMES D. RICHARDSON
He has had no organization; only a practical ideal—the reestablishment of equal opportunity.
THE ART OF PUBLIC SPEAKINGDALE CARNAGEY (AKA DALE CARNEGIE) AND J. BERG ESENWEIN
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO REESTABLISHMENT

  • reconstitution
  • reestablishment
  • restructuring
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